1 His tall brothers were a grim, quiet lot, in whom the family tradition of past glories, lost forever, rankled in unspoken hate and crackled out in bitter humor.
2 Scarlett knew that family tradition would forcibly restrain many of these people from such a struggle-- with the making of money admittedly its aim.
3 Lost causes had a romantic charm for her, and she liked to picture herself as standing aloof from the vulgar press of the Quirinal, and sacrificing her pleasure to the claims of an immemorial tradition.
4 The first tradition, repeated in scores of magazines every month, is that the American village remains the one sure abode of friendship, honesty, and clean sweet marriageable girls.
5 This altogether admirable tradition rules the vaudeville stage, facetious illustrators, and syndicated newspaper humor, but out of actual life it passed forty years ago.
6 This is how people keep up the tradition of the perfect home-town, the happy boyhood, the brilliant college friends.
7 In old Norse times, the thrones of the sea-loving Danish kings were fabricated, saith tradition, of the tusks of the narwhale.
8 The bird that would soar above the level plain of tradition and prejudice must have strong wings.
9 The scout alludes to a tradition which is.
10 'Tis a long and melancholy tradition, and one I little like to think of; for it is not to be denied that the evil has been mainly done by men with white skins.
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11 And there were iron laws of tradition and law on four sides.
12 Yet they would receive laurels from tradition.
13 A local tradition, which evidently exaggerates matters, says that two thousand horses and fifteen hundred men were buried in the hollow road of Ohain.
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14 They have a tradition as to everybody's last garment.
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15 It has brought back tradition, worship, religion, respect.
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